Wednesday, October 26, 2016

An Escape to Sandy Point State Park

Looking for a new job while employed is stressful enough. But looking for a job when you're unemployed is really really stressful. I'll go into the fun and games of apply for a job in another post. But it is amazing all the different ways you can now apply for a job.

But there is only so much you can do each day without driving yourself crazy. And sometimes you just need a diversion. That's what I did on Monday when I went to Sandy Point State Park. It's located right before you cross the Bay Bridge. It is a really lovely park. And on Monday there was hardly anyone there at all.

A little more about the park:
This 786-acre Maryland State Park is located along the Northwestern shore of the majestic Chesapeake Bay. The park’s beaches and picnic areas are well known for their breathtaking scenic water views that overlook one of Maryland’s true treasures, the Chesapeake Bay. The park was first opened on June 25, 1952 and has provided its guests with various activities and services ever since. Some of these activities and services include Swimming Beaches, Picnicking, Fishing, Crabbing, Boating, Hiking, Youth G​roup Camping, Areas of Historical Interest and Wildlife Viewing. The Park also offers a marina store and boat rentals.

Here are a few pictures from my visit there.

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